How to Make Feel-Good Tea in Your ESPRO Press

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Ginger Lemon Honey Tea

Three Simple Ingredients, a Whole Lot of Wellness.

January: the month of cleanses. No doubt we’re all feeling the repercussions of that second helping of apple pie, and all those irresistible pumpkin loaves your favorite cafe was baking up. If you’re interested in trying a more health-focused routine in the morning—we have an easy, painless way to switch your ESPRO press to “wellness mode.”

In addition to coffee, each one of presses doubles as a tea brewer with the help of our tea filter. We polled the ESPRO team for their favorite tea concoctions, and this simple wellness-focused recipe was the winner. Serve it hot or cold.

Morning Boost Tea Recipe

32 oz P3, P5, or P7 Press Recipe (Serves 4-6)
Half a lemon, juiced
One three inch piece of fresh ginger, grated
One cinnamon stick
If you’re feeling a little adventurous—add half a teaspoon of turmeric
Add honey to taste

Travel Press or Ultralight Press Recipe (Serves 1-2)
One quarter lemon
One inch piece of fresh ginger, grated
Half a cinnamon stick
If you’re feeling a little adventurous—add one dash of turmeric
Add honey to taste

Brewing Steps

  1. Place all ingredients in your ESPRO press and add hot water to the fill line

  2. Let steep for 10-15 minutes

  3. Remove cinnamon stick with tongs

  4. Press filters down slowly

  5. Serve hot or cold

Sipping Your Way to Wellness

We could tell you a couple reasons why lemon, ginger and cinnamon are good for your digestion, skin and immune system, but we’re not wellness gurus. If you want to know more about the power of these ingredients—here are some health benefits of ginger and why we should all be getting friendly with cinnamon this year.

If you want to take the easier route, Silk Road makes an awesome Detox Wellness Tea with dandelion, nettle and rosemary. Add it to your ESPRO tea press and follow the same brew steps to enjoy. Cheers to a healthy 2019!

ESPRO Tea French Press P5